Grits Ain’t Groceries is a live album by Little Milton.
It was recorded at the Summit Club in Los Angeles in 1972.
Little Milton is one of those artists that is quite hard to classify. Is it blues or soul or R&B or all three?
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Songs On Little Milton Grits Ain’t Groceries
Let Me Down Easy – 7:02
Grits Ain’t Groceries (All Around The World) – 2:48
Blind Man – 8:51
I Can’t Quit You Baby – 7:45
That’s What Love Will Make You Do – 5:00
Walking The Back Streets And Crying – 7:18
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Great live record. Any idea who’s in the backing band on this one?